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Researchers question Monsanto's testing accuracy claims

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Monday, June 10, 2013

Researchers who identified Monsanto's genetically modified wheat say seed giant's questioning of test results is unfounded.

A Monsanto spokesman said the company is "operating on the assumption" that the test results announced 10 days ago are valid. But in a press conference call last week, company officials stressed the potential for false positives and noted that Monsanto hasn't been given plant samples to test. 

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